Through the Narrow
This diaphanous painting is inhabited by a hyper-realistic figure that ebbs in and out of focus—diffusing gently into a painterly fog. There is a razor’s edge quality in the calm precision of the artist's deliberate brushstrokes, which can be quick and expressive as well as exact. Morgan’s paintings examine the elemental relationship between human connection, collective power and the natural world.
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Jenny Morgan’s diaphanous paintings are inhabited by hyper-realistic figures that ebb in and out of focus—sometimes merging into the landscape or diffusing gently into a painterly fog. The artist’s compositions sometimes draw inspiration from medieval painting and historical landscape, using symbolism to expand on the idea of ‘heaven on earth.’ Morgan’s work examines the elemental relationship between human connection, collective power and the natural world.